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Question of the week.  What was the first jet engine ever built, and when did it run?

(The answer is beneath our affiliates below)

For over 45 years, PAMA has been dedicated to promoting professionalism and recognition of the Aviation Maintenance Technician through communication, education, representation, and support of continuous improvement in aviation safety. 

PAMA's dedication and commitment to the aviation industry begins with providing the tools and support for ensuring a strong aviation maintenance infrastructure. PAMA effectively brings together maintenance technicians, manufacturers, suppliers, educators, and students in succesful pursuit of their goals in the aviation industry.

By becoming a member of PAMA, you show your commitment to professionalism and education in aviation maintenance, and gain access to our international community of like-minded professionals.

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Question of the week. 

The first jet engine to ever run was made by Professor Ernst Heinkel, in March 1937. It was the hydrogen fueled Heineken He S 2. The engine only ever ran on a test stand, and its construction was overseen by Hans Joachim Pabst von Ohain.
(If you thought it was A Whittle, Whittle's engine first ran on December 4, 1937, a couple of weeks later than the Heinkel engine)


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